As already mentioned in an article written before, a bank reconciliation is a document which compares the records of the bank statement bearing the company, the records of the bank itself, to thus be able to find disputes and other needs that may come to have the company.
Although this process can be carried out in different ways depending on business need, there are a lot of bank reconciliation format that can be used by the person in charge of this process at your convenience.
A typical format used for this document is as follows:
BANK RECONCILIATION: ________ TYPE OF ACCOUNT ACCOUNT :_________ No._____
Cutoff Date on which the Settlement is made _________
Balance per books $__________
CHECK DATE PAYEE CHEQUE No Value
Similarly you can use this format to work on bank reconciliations allocations, withdrawals and other banking transactions that the company wishes to consider in its analysis as complete as possible.
Is also quite convenient, and obligatory to have much more credibility than the end of the document to be signed with the name of all who are involved with this document, both the person who made, as those who reviewed and others.
Note also the format that bank reconciliations should be performed for both movements have registered the company and have registered the bank, because if it is otherwise, it will be impossible to make any comparison.
Image bank reconciliation format taken from sxc